The Chameleons - Live In Toronto flac album
Title: Live In Toronto
Style: Indie Rock, Post-Punk
Country: UK & Europe
MP3 album: 1118 mb
FLAC album: 1527 mb
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Live In Toronto" was recorded during their last tour. Recorded at the RPM Club, Thursday 5 March 1987. Distributed in the UK by APT Distributed in Benelux by PIAS. ILLCASS 036. The Chameleons. Live In Toronto (Cass, Album, Dol).
Complete your The Chameleons collection. Notes: Live album recorded at the RPM Club in Toronto, Canada, on Thursday 5 March 1987. A Person Isn't Safe Anywhere These Days.
Band Name The Chameleons. Album Name Live in Toronto. Labels Imaginary Records. Music StylePost-punk. Members owning this album0. 2.
Live from Toronto is a double live album by The Who recorded during the last concert of the It's Hard Tour at the Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto, 17 December 1982. These performances were originally broadcast live on cable TV and FM radio across the . It was later released in the early 1980s on VHS video tape
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The Chameleons released their debut album, Script of the Bridge, in 1983. They followed it with What Does Anything Mean? Basically and Strange Times in 1985 and 1986, respectively, before abruptly disbanding in 1987 due to the sudden death of the band's manager. After the split, Burgess and Lever formed the Sun and the Moon, while Fielding and Smithies formed the Reegs. Burgess alone continues to play Chameleons songs live under the name ChameleonsVox. Known for their atmospheric, guitar-based sound and passionate lyrics, the Chameleons are regarded as one of the most underrated Manchester bands of the 1980s . Gone Tomorrow/Live in Toronto (1992, Imaginary Records). Aufführung in Berlin (1993, Imaginary Records).
Live In Toronto by The Chameleons. Live At The Witchwood by The Chameleons. Recorded Live At The Gallery Club Manchester, 18th December 1982 by The Chameleons. Tripping Dogs by The Chameleons. Dali’s Picture by The Chameleons. Here Toda. one Tomorrow by The Chameleons. Strange Times by The Chameleons.
|2||A Person Isn't Safe Anywhere These Days||5:06|
|4||Pleasure And Pain||4:18|
|5||Singing Rule Britannia (While The Walls Close In)||4:16|
|7||Less Than Human||3:19|
|9||Home Is Where The Heart Is||5:20|
|10||Soul In Isolation||6:59|
|13||Splitting In Two||7:50|
- Bass, Vocals – Mark Burgess
- Drums – John Lever
- Edited By [Digital Editing] – Roy
- Guitar [Guitars] – Dave Fielding, Reg Smithies
- Mastered By – Andy*
- Photography By [Photos Of Mark Burgess, Dave Fielding] – Graham Trott
- Sleeve – Art Object
- Written-By – Fielding*, Lever*, Burgess*, Smithies*
Notes"Splitting In Two" is an Alternative TV-cover which with The Chameleons traditionally ended their shows.
"Live In Toronto" was recorded during their last tour.
Recorded at the RPM Club, Thursday 5 March 1987.
1, 9, 10, 12 published by St. Annes Music Ltd.
2 published by Tactik Music Ltd.
3 to 7, 11 published by Virgin Music Publishing Ltd.
8, 13 copyright control
Mastered at the Master Room
Digital editing at Fairwiew Studios
℗ Imaginary Records 1992
© Imaginary Records 1992
Distributed in the UK by APT
Distributed in Benelux by PIAS
Made in England
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 016555 703643
|ILLCD 036||The Chameleons||Live In Toronto (CD, Album)||Imaginary Records||ILLCD 036||UK & Europe||1992|
|ILLUSION 036||The Chameleons||Live In Toronto (LP, Album)||Imaginary Records||ILLUSION 036||UK||1992|